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Detecting Changes to an Unpublished API

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Detecting Changes to an Unpublished API

We have multiple users editing the same large API. Is there any way to (a) notify others when a specific user's changes are saved and/or (b) distinguish those changes from others (similar to "git blame")?

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Re: Detecting Changes to an Unpublished API

Hello,

 

I have opened two enhancement requests, one for point a and one for point b.  Currently you can not do this in Swaggerhub, the enhancement requests should add this functionality when they are implemented.

 

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Marcus 

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Re: Detecting Changes to an Unpublished API

By the way, Swaggerhub integrates with Github and Bitbucket.  When you sync your spec with Github or Bitbucket from Swaggerhub you can possibly achieve this with the integration with those products until this is implemented in Swaggerhub.

 

https://app.swaggerhub.com/help/integrations/github-sync

https://app.swaggerhub.com/help/integrations/bitbucket-sync

 

Regards,

Marcus

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Re: Detecting Changes to an Unpublished API

Thanks, these enhancement requests would be very useful for us.

 

We use an on-premise instance of Bitbucket that will probably not be accessible from the cloud instance of SwaggerHub.

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